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With the band finally back together, Dipset is currently on the press run for their first album in 14 years, Diplomatic Ties. Juelz Santana, Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey recently sat down with men’s fashion magazine GQ to show off their insanely-priced jewelry collection and tell the origins of the group.

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Fresh off earning a GRAMMY nomination for Best New Artist, Jorja Smith shares a new video for “The One,” taken from her debut album Lost & Found. The Hector Dockrill-directed clip finds the British songstress holed up in a motel nursing a broken heart.

“The One” is the fifth video in support of Lost & Found following “On Your Own,” “Blue Lights” and “Teenage Fantasy” and “Where Did I Go?

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XXXTentacion’s first posthumous album — and second album this year following March’s ?Skins hit streaming services today, and already the album’s head-banging collaboration with Kanye West, “One Minute,” has received a graphic visual makeover courtesy of King Star King creator JJ Villard.

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Gucci Mane’s new album Evil Genius finally arrived today (Dec. 7). Serving as his only project in 2018, Guwop tapped a quality cast that includes Bruno Mars, Bruno Mars, Kodak Black, Migos, 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Metro Boomin, Murda Beatz and more for the album. Along with the new body of work, the Atlanta rapper releases the music video for “Off the Boat.” The Dun Deal-produced intro is now brought to life with a visual, where Gucci enjoys ocean, fine wine, and beautiful women on a lavish yacht. Hit the water with Gucci Mane and friends below.

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Gunna teamed up with producers TM-88 and Southside on the song “Order,” which dropped earlier this month. The two producers and YSL star return with an official video for their new collaboration. Directed by Zain Alexander Shammas, the spooky visual stars the trio encountering women covered in snakes, spiders creeping around, all in a creepy house filled with candles. Watch it below.

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Kodak Black’s new album, Dying to Live, is set to drop next week on Dec. 14 via Atlantic Records. The follow-up to last year’s Painting Pictures is lead by the Billboard smash-hit “ZEZE” with Travis Scott and Offset. The Florida rapper recently dropped a new single “Calling My Spirit,” produced by Jake One and Southside. A week after putting out that record, Kodak is back with the official music video. The visual stars the Sniper Gang rapper, smoking on a cigar, laid back and surrounded by a cat and women dressed in lingerie. As Young Kodak gets into storytelling mode, the clip flashes to a jail scene and moments Kodak is floating in heaven.

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In their new interview series, #FindingBET, BET tracks down some of the biggest one-hit wonders the game has seen in the past decade to find out how their career panned out. For the latest episode, BET caught up with J-Kwon, the mastermind behind one of hip-hop’s most popular records of all time, “Tipsy.” Released in 2004, the smash single propelled a 17-year-old from sleeping in the streets to the biggest stage at the time, TRL.

But as we all know, in hip-hop comes “mo’ money, mo’ problems,” which is exactly what J-Kwon faced post “Tipsy.” From child support conspiracies to rumors of him missing, the St. Louis native went through it all, and he finally gets to tell his story, in his words.

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Due to her introverted nature (and because music videos are an expensive luxury for an independent artist who doesn’t have any label investment), Noname has shied away from the spotlight since her musical talents (see: 2016’s Telefone and her collaborations with Chance The Rapper) attracted such attention. But today, the Chicago rapper finally bucks this trend and releases her debut video for “Blaxploitation,” taken from her Album-of-the-Year contender Room 25.

While Noname herself doesn’t make an appearance (maybe that part will never change), the Alex Lill-directed film takes cues from blaxploitation flicks as it follows a “monster baby” who unwittingly strikes fear into a city’s (white) residents à la Godzilla. The reality is rather harmless and innocent, though. Take that metaphor as you will.

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J.I.D and J. Cole enlist Cole Bennett, aka the Hype Williams of SoundCloud rap, to bring “Off Deez” to life. Featuring the familiar hallmarks of a Bennett production, the video gives the Dreamville rappers’ tongue-twisting collaboration the psychedelic makeover it deserves. Joey Bada$$ slides through for a quick cameo too.

“Off Deez” is taken from J.I.D’s new album DiCaprio 2, which landed at No. 47 on the Billboard 200 after moving 14,554 units (2,546 in traditional sales) in its first week, according to HDD.

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For his latest video offering from his excellent Negro Swan album, Blood Orange (aka Dev Hynes) gives “Dagenham Dream” a VHS-style visual makeover. Despite the song title’s reference to the East London town, the Jack Greer-filmed clip is set in New York City as it follows skater Caleb Barnett around for the day.

“Dagenham Dream” is the fifth video off Negro Swan following “Charcoal Baby,” “Jewelry,” “Saint” and “Chewing Gum” featuring A$AP Rocky and Project Pat.

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